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  • n  a ribbed woven fabric of silk or rayon or cotton

  • Wearing a Balenciaga faille gown, with a veil sweeping down from a diamond and pearl diadem, the willowy brunette bride marched up the aisle of the Royal Chapel, of El Pardo .
  • Using pixelated computer screen grabs, she reprinted copies of the original images onto faille and brocade, giving them a moir effect.
  • Vera Wang streamlined the silhouette, cut it out of opulent fabrics like faille and fur and then gave it a roughed-up, romantic look.
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    Everett, 1983: 7-11 p.m. Sept. 21 starting with the football game. Optional golf tournament and evening dinner on Sept. 22. More info: Suzette Frinchaboy Faille, 425-359-5565 or smfaille@gmail.com.
    Sept. 16, 2013 - Everett Herald

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